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The Glengarry News - - The Opinion Page - PATI SOUMIS 613-874-1179 The Glen­garry News, The News. NI­COLE BOURBONNAI­S 613-525-1574 nbour­bon­[email protected] ex­ten­di­care. com The Daugh­ters of Is­abella will meet on Wed­nes­day, Jan. 18, at MARY COU­TURE 613-527-2421 Con­do­lences to San­dra and Nor­man Bank­ley on the

we are al­ways hop­ing to get more new peo­ple in­volved. The 50/50 was won by the mem­bers of our or­ga­niz­ing team, Betty McDonell, Co­lette Sauvé and Juli­ette Robertson. (Well, they have to get paid in some fash­ion or an­other.) And the door prizes went out to Monique Gagnon, Lu­cille Massie and a new­comer, Fran­cis Boivin. Our next Diner's will be held Thurs­day, Feb. 9, with roast pork on the menu.

The Poker Run is back again, bring­ing an­other day filled with fun, friends and food! De­tails of The Poker Run will be found in

how­ever, a good source in­formed me that the trails are in good shape and if you don't have a snow­mo­bile, you can do the run with your car. The Poker Run will take place this Satur­day, Jan. 21. Again, de­tails will be found in

Manon Séguin cel­e­brated her birth­day on Tues­day, Jan. 17. Con­grat­u­la­tions, Manon and we wish you many, many more to come.

A spe­cial in­vi­ta­tion goes out for ev­ery­one to come to the StMartin-de-Tours Church Jan. 28, to view a film on The Pow­ers of Prayer. The French ver­sion will be shown from 1-3 p.m. The English ver­sion will be shown from 3-5 p.m. This movie is all about help­ing fam­ily and friends to bet­ter com­mu­ni­cate amongst them­selves.

And in clos­ing my friends, please re­mem­ber that there is no greater wealth in this world than peace of mind and good health. May God bless you and keep you.

Card re­sults

Crib­bage Jan. 9; 1. Lu­cien Faubert, Dar­rell Lewis, 2. JeanGuy Ouimet, Bruno Car­rière, Lina Ar­cand, Claude Robin­son. Bridge re­sults; 1. Jack Paav­ila, Hugh Wil­son, 2. Lorna, Homer Grant, 3. He­lene Le­duc, Monique Le­feb­vre. E/ W 1. Bruno, Thérèse Car­rière, 2. Gra­cia Séguin, Joan La­pointe, 3. Estelle Brazeau, San­dra Law­son. Fra­ter­nité eu­chre Jan­uary 12; Jean-Lu­cien Larocque, Claude Robin­son, Robert Pa­que­tte, Jean- Guy Car­rière, Iso­bel MacLen­nan, Gisèle Quen­neville, Gra­cia Séguin, Jean­nine Deschamps. The door prize went to Claude Sauvé, Rol­land Pa­que­tte, Claude Robin­son, Jean-Lu­cien Larocque. The 50/55- 5 win­ners were Margo MacRae ( three times), Lina Ar­cand, Lor­raine Lan­thier and Agathe Char­bon­neau. Our next card party is Jan. 19; the host­ess is Lil­iane Du­val. Military whist is Sun­day, Jan. 29 at 1:30 p.m. Sand­bags Jan. 6; High­est square Marthe Che­nier 1310, Denise Chevrier 1290, Mar­cel Belle­feuille 1200, Mar­cel Le­feb­vre 1050, high­est game Monique Gagnon 4590, Marthe Che­nier 4390, De­nis Avon 4040, Mar­cel Alain 4000. High­est game Monique Gagnon 8210, Marthe Che­nier 7750, De­nis Avon 7930 and Mar­cel Alain 7090.

Din­ner and dance

Jan. 28, there will be the OldFash­ioned Din­ner and Dance at the Sa­cred Heart Hall, 225 Main St., Alexan­dria. Prof­its will go to­wards Daugh­ters of Is­abella, La Soupière and the Knights of Colum­bus. Mu­sic with Roger Hamelin, MacMaster and Flipsen Dancers. For in­for­ma­tion and reser­va­tions con­tact Gerald, 613-525-1310, Hilda, 613525-1897, and Lise, 613-525-1007.

Po­lar bear dip

Glen­garry Sports Hall of Fame will hold its 5th An­nual North Glen­garry Po­lar Bear Dip Feb. 19 at 2 p.m. at Is­land Park. For more info con­tact Rodney at 613-525-2666 or 613-936-6213. All par­tic­i­pants will re­ceive a sou­venir.

Daugh­ters of Is­abella

Post Of­fice em­ployee, 45, was re­leased Mon­day morn­ing from a Corn­wall hos­pi­tal after suf­fer­ing a mild at­tack of angina Thurs­day.

At the Glen­garry Sports Palace Satur­day, Clau­dine Nadeau passed her tests in the Rocker Fox Trot and Ju­nior Sil­ver Dance cat­e­gories, while Chan­tal Ravary passed the Ju­nior Sil­ver Freestyle test. Blair Fraser skated at Corn­wall Sun­day and passed his Senior Sil­ver Freestyle test.

20 YEARS AGO Wed­nes­day, Jan. 22, 1997

The own­er­ship of one of Glen­garry’s land­marks is ex­pected to be trans­ferred from the RRCA to the Mart­in­town Mill Preser­va­tion So­ci­ety Cor­po­ra­tion. The RRCA has been with­out fund­ing to main­tain the mill for close to a year due to pro­vin­cial cut­backs.

More Char­lot­ten­burgh res­i­dents are rallying be­hind “South Glen­garry” for the name of the new en­tity to be cre­ated once their town­ship amal­ga­mates with Lan­caster town­ship and Lan­caster vil­lage.

The Vil­lage of Lan­caster will be re­spon­si­ble for its own wa­ter and sewage works fol­low­ing an­other round of changes an­nounced by the pro­vin­cial gov­ern­ment. The change is not ex­pected to af­fect rate pay­ers in Lan­caster at all.

10 YEARS AGO Thurs­day, Jan. 17, 2007

North Glen­garry is no longer the lone wolf in the re­gion op­posed to Sun­day gun hunting. Coun­cil voted unan­i­mously at its Jan. 8 meet­ing to pe­ti­tion the Min­istry of Nat­u­ral Re­sources to bring Sun­day hunting to the town­ship start­ing in the fall of 2007.

The Corn­wall stage of the four-club Par­nell Tro­phy com­pe­ti­tion saw the hard­ware claimed by a senior men’s rink from Lan­caster.

Skipped by Tony Wet­ter­ing, the team in­cluded Third Ralph Gor­don, Sec­ond Paul Proulx, and Lead Herb Yel­lenik.

The grand open­ing of the new rink and recre­ation cen­tre at Paul Ro­zon Me­mo­rial Park in Wil­liamstown on Satur­day at­tracted many com­mu­nity mem­bers and dig­ni­taries.

Pre­sid­ing over the rib­bon cut­ting cer­e­mony were: Bryan Ward, Cathy McKay, Claude Emard, Mayor Jim McDonell, Coun­cil­lor Bill MacKen­zie, B.J. Dana­her, Coun­cil­lor Ian McLeod, Deputy-Mayor John War­den, Ann Ward, Ma­ri­etta Pel­ley, Coun­cil­lor Joyce Grav­elle, Jenny Lang and Friends of the Park Pres­i­dent Tom Hughes. 1 p. m. at the Sa­cred Heart Par­ish. It is time to pay your dues. For more info con­tact Lise at 613-525-1007.

St. Cather­ine of Si­enna Par­ish wel­comed Arch­bishop Ter­rence Pren­der­gast on Sun­day, Jan. 15. Arch­bishop com­mented on the fate of the lo­cal Dio­cese of Alexan­dria- Corn­wall, if it would fold into the Ot­tawa Dio­cese or leave it as is and ap­point­ing a new bishop. A de­ci­sion will be made some­time in 2017.

Once again we had a power fail­ure within two weeks for 12 hours be­cause of the sleet and high winds. This Jan­uary, the weather is not the best. Hope it im­proves soon. And hop­ing we get com­pen­sa­tion on our high hy­dro bills.



Sym­pa­thies to Leo and Noella Pa­que­tte on the pass­ing of Noella’s aunt Emelda Du­moulin at age 105 in Corn­wall.

Con­do­lences also to Chris­tianne and Man­son Bar­ton on the pass­ing of Chris­tianne’s un­cle Nor­mand Raci­cot from Hawkes­bury.

Get well wishes to Wil­liam Akker­mans who re­cently had surgery.

Thought of the week: We can­not di­rect the wind, but we can ad­just the sails. (Un­known)

Hi, folks, This week I'm happy to start my col­umn on a pos­i­tive note and to in­form you that Club 65 lives on! The ac­tiv­i­ties will re­sume in the New Year with Wil­liam Ha­gen as the new­ly­elected Pres­i­dent. Our thanks to Lu­cie Massie are in or­der for all...

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